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Eva Hope was born in Japan in 1887. At the age of five, she moved with her family back to Wiltshire, where Hope grew up with her sisters. She eventually became a teacher and lived in a lesbian relationship with another teacher, Emily. They taught and travelled together to Italy, where thy befriended an Anglo-Italian family. In 1938, Emily tragically died of breast cancer while Germany under Hitler was pursuing the Jews. Just before World War II started, Hope took in a Jewish girl, Anna, from the Kinder Transports. Eventually, Anna married a Jewish man and they emigrated to Israel in 1947. Hope visited her Italian friends before moving to Jersey where she was reunited with her brother and his wife. After living a few years there, she moved again and settled in Caversham and engaged herself in the movement against nuclear weapons while she became a part-time helper at the school library. She died in 1979.